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  • Am I Too Old for Lomography? Analogue Lifestyle

    Am I Too Old for Lomography?

    Read about the thoughts of a thirty-something engineer based in Tokyo on the correlation of age, Lomography, and the realization of doing something you love other than a 12 hours a day job.

  • Camera Review of the Week Reviews

    Camera Review of the Week

    It's time once again for us to give recognition to the review which got us wanting another nice camera to add to our analogue arsenal. Find out who is the author behind the latest Camera Review of the Week after the jump!

  • Your Choice for Portraits: Cameras Reviews

    Your Choice for Portraits: Cameras

    More often than not, we tend to lean towards a certain camera for a certain shooting purpose or style. Since it's all about portraits this month, why don't you share with us which one/s do you prefer when taking portraits?

  • Armless Indonesian Photographer in Business for 20 Years News

    Armless Indonesian Photographer in Business for 20 Years

    Professional photographer Rusidah, from Central Java, has been shooting weddings and parties for almost 20 years. Despite having no arms, Rusidah has been able to produce some remarkable work. Read more to see this amazing woman at work.

  • Testing an Expired Film of True Colors Reviews

    Testing an Expired Film of True Colors

    I got some expired True Colors film from my friend. It was cheaply sold for 30 pesos -- a little short of $1 USD. So I tried these films in different cameras and I got exciting results. Although I was expecting that the color shifting won't do much of a hassle, the colors in these expired films came out different. The film was imported from Italy. I don't know how many films of these are still out there but it's a nice way to hunt out!

  • Florian Imgrund's Double Exposures in Monochrome Analogue Lifestyle

    Florian Imgrund's Double Exposures in Monochrome

    A German photographer got his first film camera two summers ago, and has been taking amazing photos ever since. Among them are some beautiful, nicely done double exposures. Take a look at some of his work after the jump!

  • Mixed Fun with Mixed Film Pack! Reviews

    Mixed Fun with Mixed Film Pack!

    Feeling bored to have all three same films in one box? I figured out how to make shooting with films more exciting when I found out about the new Lomography Mixed Film Pack for both 35mm and 120 cameras.

  • Yashica Electro 35 GSN: My Redscale Buddy Reviews

    Yashica Electro 35 GSN: My Redscale Buddy

    Rangefinder cameras are best known for the exceptionally sharp images that they produce, making them much sought after analogue goodies by lomographers and professional photographers alike. But for me, my beloved rangefinder, the Yashica Electro 35 GSN, is one best for redscaled photos. Let me show you why after the jump!

  • Camera Cameos: Rolleiflex TLR on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus Analogue Lifestyle

    Camera Cameos: Rolleiflex TLR on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

    It's Monday once again and here's another feature on analogue eye candies which you may have already seen in cinematic films, old school music videos, vintage advertisements, or other forms of visual media. Our fourth full feature for this series is a Rolleiflex TLR caught on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus!

  • The Stevie G. Hotel Locations

    The Stevie G. Hotel

    Why Stevie G.? Maybe you already know why, because the owner loves this club which is based in Liverpool, Merseyside. So he named it after the current captain of the squad, Steven Gerrard also known as "Stevie G". This hotel is located on the highlands of Bandung so there's a bit of a mountain chill there. It's also very unique because it has 24 rooms and each room features unique interiors. Now let's begin the tour.

  • Portraits of Strangers: To Ask Or Not To Ask, That Is The Question Analogue Lifestyle

    Portraits of Strangers: To Ask Or Not To Ask, That Is The Question

    It's not always easy to take a photo of a stranger. It needs courage and politeness. Or sometimes it just needs pure cheek. This is how I got the shots and why I took them in the first place. Six strangers and a few dogs, here are a few of my favourite stranger portraits, taken on a variety of film cameras.

  • Camera Review of the Week Reviews

    Camera Review of the Week

    After what seemed like too long ago, we're bringing back the Camera Review of the Week to acknowledge the insights and first impressions of our community members on various analogue cameras out there. Let's get started with a review on a classic Olympus shooter!

  • How to Make Your Facebook Profile Smokin’ Hot with a LomoWall Tipster

    How to Make Your Facebook Profile Smokin’ Hot with a LomoWall

    With the new timeline format being rolled out all over facebook there are lots of grumbles and groans as people get used to the changes. Leap ahead of the crowd and use your cover photo to show off your very best LomoWalls in three easy steps, then sit back and enjoy the compliments from your 10,000 friends!

  • Portrait Photography Tips: Snapping Perfect Portraits Tipster

    Portrait Photography Tips: Snapping Perfect Portraits

    Any fellow Lomographer must have taken a portrait photo before, right? Well, if you haven't, these are a few tips to help you succeed. During any time and any place, let the snapping of perfect portraits begin!

  • 5 Tips on Portrait Photography Tipster

    5 Tips on Portrait Photography

    There are a lot of things you can do to improve your portrait photography skills. Read 5 simple tips on portrait photography that can add a little something to your photos.

  • Setting Up a Darkroom for 120 Euros at Home Tipster

    Setting Up a Darkroom for 120 Euros at Home

    Well, I decided to try my hands at developing paper photo. And for that I had to set up a dark room and I don’t have a lot of space here at my home. See what I did after the jump.

  • The First LomoKino Music Video Ever! 'Water' by Beach Party News

    The First LomoKino Music Video Ever! 'Water' by Beach Party

    Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you the first music video shot completely on a LomoKino using various Lomography films: 'Water' by South African band, Beach Party! Directed, shot and edited by Dylan Culhane, we've got a first look at the entirely analogue LomoKino video. Definitely makes us want to frolic in the sea!

  • Shooting with Expired Film Tipster

    Shooting with Expired Film

    Shooting with expired film is always a gamble. If you remember to expect the unexpected you'll always be pleased. In the end, isn't that what it's all about?

  • Old's Cool Old School: Vintage Diana Cameras Analogue Lifestyle

    Old's Cool Old School: Vintage Diana Cameras

    Check out this super sweet collection of vintage Diana cameras! We found 35 retro reincarnations of the medium-format plastic camera from the '60s and '70s so we're sharing the treasure trove with you. Time to scout your own attic for one, or buy a brandspankin' new Diana F+ from our Lomography Shop!

  • Paul Newman Hugging Joanne Woodward While Playing the Trombone Analogue Lifestyle

    Paul Newman Hugging Joanne Woodward While Playing the Trombone

    Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were married for 50 years until his death. Most likely Paul Newman picked up this instrument in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues starring him as trombone-playing Ram Bowen along Sidney Poitier.